Thrive at Texas Tech & Angelo State: for High-Achieving Transfer Students

www.TTU.edu or www.GoToTexasTech.com  Undergraduate & graduate degrees in agriculture & natural resources, architecture, arts & sciences, business, education, engineering, human sciences, mass communications, visual & performing arts; or aspiring to experience the numerous academic & life-long benefits by gaining acceptance into our Honors College: Thomas.Reynolds@TTU.edu.

What can I do with my major?  www.depts.TTU.edu/CareerCenter/pages/Students/Majors/WhatMajor.php

www.TTUHSC.edu  Undergraduate & graduate degrees in allied health fields, medicine, nursing, pharmacy or biomedical sciences. 

Among US’ top 20 undergraduate physics programs; 39 undergraduate & 23 graduate programs, exceptional scholarship program; 6,200+ students, ambiance & personalized attention of a smaller private university. Students from 43 states, 22 countries & 211 of Texas’ 254 counties (68 percent Caucasian, 23 percent Hispanic & 6 percent African-American …) & a 268-acre campus with new academic, recreational & residential facilities; men’s football, basketball, baseball, cross country & track; women’s volleyball, basketball, cross country, soccer, track & softball. www.Angelo.edu or 1-800-9-GO-TO-ASU (1-800-946-8627).

Academically rigorous service-learning opportunities in all 10 of Texas Tech University’s colleges:  www.TLTC.TTU.edu/ServiceLearning or Irene.Arellano@TTU.edu
Service learning through community rural health:  Pam.Danner@TTUHSC.edu

www.depts.TTU.edu/CenterForCampusLifeor Tara.Miller@TTU.edu or Emily.Hicks@TTU.edu 400+ student organizations:  get involved with Texas Tech University student organizations that share & support your interests & goals.

Margret.Duran@TTUHSC.edu  Dozens of student organizations at the TTU Health Sciences Center.  Get involved:  contribute to the community & connect with other students who share & support your interests & goals (e.g., Double T Health Service Corps: Texas Tech students — TTUHSC & TTU students — improving the health & well-being of their communities www.TTUHSC.edu/RuralHealth/StudentOrg.aspx or LoniMarie.Flores@TTUHSC.edu: Willow Bend Elementary Mentoring program, South Plains Food Bank, clothes drive, Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity Build Day, organize a party for a children’s hospital — serving communities throughout West Texas).

www.IAFF.TTU.edu (select “Study Abroad” in the middle of the page) Texas Tech students successfully compete for dynamic careers in the global marketplace by having studied internationally (often on scholarship awards) — while simultaneously satisfying their degree requirements to graduate on time:  MaryAnn.Greenberg@TTU.edu or 806-742-3667.

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